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Animal Experimentation: The Hidden Cause of Environmental Pollution?
- The connection between animal experimentation and the devastation it causes to our environment, health, and economy is without a doubt one of the most suppressed issues of our time. This article exposes the scientific fraudulence of animal research and shows how it is routinely used and manipulated to make toxicants appear "safe" for human consumption.
Asthma and air pollution (in Britain)
- Dr Dick van Steenis's research into asthma and other diseases, and their connection with air pollution caused by burning orimulsion and other fuels.
Chemical Hazard Community Watch
- A guide to essential networked resources and links to inform and educate on issues of chemical hazards in our communities for emergency preparedness.
Clean Air Now!
- The states PRIG's reports on the national threat of air pollution.
- Focus is pollution of earth's water.
NIEHS Superfund Basic Research Program
- Provides funding to programs at universities and institutions around the United States to study the human health effects of hazardous substances in the environmen.
Reach For Unbleached!
- Consumer education about paper and pulp mill monitoring.
- EDF Scorecard makes it easy to find information about toxic chemicals: where they come from in your community, what their human health effects are, and what actions you can take.
Sea Dumping in Australia
- Research papers describing the history and effects of sea dumping in Australia. Includes a database for research purposes and a paper on chemical warfare agent sea dumping after WW2.
There's An Ideal Amount of Pollution - And It's Not Zero!
- This article argues that since reducing pollution to zero would require sacrificing things that are more important than clean air and water, the ideal level of pollution is not zero.
When your surroundings are a filthy mess, someone is responsible
- Examining why we suffer and tolerate filth. The term filth, for the purposes of this site, encompasses everything from grime and litter to industrial-grade pollution.
World Bank - NIPR: New Ideas in Pollution Regulation
- For researchers, government officials, and citizens interested in understanding and improving control of industrial pollution, especially in developing countries. NIPR is the primary source for materials produced by the World Bank's Economics of Industrial Pollution Control Research Project.
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